Wednesday, 21 December 2011

Ho Ho Ho

I wish you all a Merry Christmas and a happy holiday season! See you after New Year 2012 to enjoy the beauty of our World and feel the Exotic wind... Bye bye for now :-)

Nature Inspired Fashion - KENZO

Another fashion show inspired by Nature. This time, the designer is light is the japanese fashion designer, Kenzo with his stunning winter collection. 
Kenzo has always worked towards a multicultural world, a world of colors and beauty, with nature as a vibrant, inexhaustible source of inspiration. For me, three words define Kenzo: Classic, contemporary and visionary...

Sunday, 18 December 2011

Celebrating The British Landscapes

Portland Bill, Dorset

These are pictures of beauty, you wouldn't think this is Britain. I think It would be a crime to ignore the stunning scenery Britain has to offer. 

There are a lot of beautiful places in Britain, just a shame about the weather! People also don't take the time to just stop and look around them to see them these days. All it needs is a little time to step back and take in your surroundings every now and again and you will find the beauty thats hidden away in every day life.

Staithes, North Yorkshire
Nettleham, Lincolnshire
Mawgan, Porth Cornwall
Talacre, North Wales
Glenfinnan, Scotland 
Riseholme, Lincolnshire
St Michael's Mount, Cornwall
Tweeddale, Scotland

Edinburgh Castle

Wednesday, 14 December 2011

Creative Art with Vegetable

The Kiss
Using vegetables of all shapes and sizes, Chinese artist, Ju Duoqi, recreates famous masterpieces, like The Last Supper, or Mona Lisa. She used rotting ketchup for blood, potatoes as soldiers and rotting vegetables as background. It’s amazing what creative minds can come up with!

The Third of May 2008

Liberty Leading the Vegetables
Van Gogh made of Leek
The Raft of the Lotus Roots
The Anatomy Lesson of Dr. Pickled Cabbage
The Birth of the Radish
The Scream of the Sweet Potatoes
Napoleon on Potatoes
Mona tofu
Cabbage Monroe

The following artworks are part of Ju Duoqi’s ‘Fantasies of Chinese Cabbage’ series.

Friday, 9 December 2011

We are all connected

This is a fantastic promotional short from the WWF. I can’t imagine how much thought and planning went into each one of these shots, from the use of color, to the choreography, and camera work. Brilliant!